Ubisoft, developer and publisher of highly anticipated shooter The Division has come out and revealed all the extra content gamers will be getting in year 1. The blog post also confirmed that dailies, weeklies, and ?Dark Zone? missions that will be a part of the game.
The entry reads, ?You?ll be able to pursue new daily and weekly missions, as well as Dark Zone events that will potentially put you in the crosshairs of Rogue Agents.?
From April, The Division will also get two free additional updates, adding more to the game as fans tire of the initial content. The update is called ?Incursions?.
?Additionally, two free updates, available to all players, will hit in the months following launch. Beginning in April, the Incursions update will add an endgame activity designed for squad play, challenging teams of four players to face nigh-unstoppable enemies for high-level loot. Also coming with the Incursions update is loot trading. Players in the same squad will be able to trade loot that?s collected during their co-op game session. The Conflict update will follow in May, adding new Dark Zone feature and an incursion into New York?s Columbus Circle.?
In a move that is being lauded by Gaming critics world over, Ubisoft is not keeping anything from its fans. The developer revealed three paid expansions have been planned for the The Division.
?In June, the Underground expansion will send you to hunt enemies in the vast mazes of tunnels and subways that run under Manhattan. Underground will be followed by Survival later in the summer, which will challenge you to survive for as long as possible in a very hostile environment while gathering supplies and equipment. Finally, Last Stand will arrive along with winter, challenging players with a new, relentless threat.?
The Division will launch on March 8 for the Playstation 4, Xbox One and the PC.